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11 A.M. Weather ReportTemperatures are warming across the state.
Interim MPD Chief Amelia Huffman On Why She Wants To LeadThe Minneapolis Police Department has a new interim police chief as of Saturday.
CentraCare CEO Dr. Kenneth Holmen On Hospital Staffing SituationHospitals in greater Minnesota are seeing a sharp rise in COVID patients, just like hospitals in the Twin Cities.
Vikings Line Up Interviews For Head CoachCBS Sports reports the Vikes already have seven candidates lined up to interview for the head coaching job.
How To Deal With DisappointmentLocal life coach Jasna Borza shares some insight.
Minnesota-Based Didomi Combats Water Crisis With Water BottlesA couple of young men who were born in Africa and raised in St. Paul are changing the world.
Town Hall Brewery Taking 2-Week Pause, Citing Omicron VariantRising numbers and new rules for businesses have caused Town Hall Brewery to temporarily close.
An Interview With Wisconsin Crochet Prodigy Jonah LarsonAs it turns out, one of the most famous fiber artists is a 14-year-old from Wisconsin.
Meet The Twin Cities Men's Knitting ClubKnitting has exploded in popularity amidst the pandemic.
Nonprofit Hats And Mittens Continues To Keep Minnesotans WarmWe have an update to a story we did last month, and it's the kind of update we love to share.
WCCO Digital Update: Morning Of Jan. 16, 2022Esme Murphy has the latest headlines.
7 A.M. Weather ReportThe Twin Cities will reach the uppers 20s Sunday, and some flurries are possible in parts of the state.
10 P.M. Weather ReportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports warmer temperatures Sunday with light snow.
Local Brands Made In MinnesotaMinnesota-based companies who manufacture in the state say they fared fairly well.
Keeping Your Dog Safe In The Winter WeatherHow to look for signs if your dog's paws are too cold.
6 P.M. Weather ReportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports another chance of light snow for Tuesday. This could impact the morning commute.
Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.Several organizations throughout Minneapolis are honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with events Saturday.
New COVID Rules Begin Next WeekThe University of Minnesota announced Friday, proof of vaccine or a negative test to enter large indoor gatherings of 200 or more people.
DNR Urges Snowmobile Safety This SeasonThe Department of Natural Resources urges snowmobilers to refresh themselves on how to ride safely.
5 P.M. Weather ReportMeteorologist Lisa Meadows reports warmer temperatures for Sunday with another round of light snow.
Anoka No Longer Requiring Pet Licenses, Rabies ShotsPets are still required to have a form of identification.
4 Things To Do Today: Jan. 15, 2022Here are four things you can do today.
New Recipes At Surly BrewingYou may know Surly for their pizza menu to pair with your beer, but the Surly Brewing team has some new recipes to try in 2022.
NASA Climate Scientist: 2021 Was 6th Warmest Year On RecordSummer 2021 was the hottest on record in the Twin Cities, the 7th warmest on record statewide, and Brough the worst drought in a generation. A NASA scientists shares what you can do if you’re worried.